Treasure Island

Aric Beers


Late Nights


We stay up late all through the night
Our faces lit by the computer's light
We talk about about whatever comes to mind
We talk on whatever subject we find
The lights are dimmed yet we talk on
We won't stop till we see the dawn
It's hard to part with one so dear
When all you want is from them to hear
So why stop, lets talk the night away
Let's talk until we see a new day
Let's stay up late and enjoy this love
Let's talk until the sun rises above

Submitted: Saturday, January 05, 2013

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